Some might say, it's awe aboot swings & roundabouts ...
But after yesterday, and the 6th min. goal of that very questionable long period of extra time, I really do wonder just how much influence the "Old Firm" have on Match Officials (direct or otherwise) There always seems to be a strong tendency with referees, that when a decision is required, it's probably better to give it in favour of them.
What has happened has happened though. And I'm now trying to leave it behind me (no easy). But to move on in a more positive direction.
I agree with John above. JM obviously had in his mind how he wanted his players to approach this game. And the players took it on board.
As individuals & as a team, they stuck to the game plan. And just about got the result they/us were looking for. Focus/effort in abundance.
In the circumstances we're in at this time, we really have got to believe the players, can approach each game that comes ... With the same
determination fire in their belly they showed yesterday. JM may be/or may not be, the perfect manager,. But the players believe in him (imo)
He has an uncomplicated, common sense approach to the game. He has experience. Maybe mixed. But his players are benefiting from this.
The next game against St. Mirren may well be the game that determines what Division we,ll be playing in next season DFC LET'S DO IT